Pakistan Super League (PSL) is one of the most celebrated tournaments in the history of the country as the quality of the cricket is always from the top drawer. However, the competition comprises of 20-over games which eventually leads to honing your skills in the white-ball cricket.
Former Pakistan captain and wicket-keeper batsman, Rashid Latif
Many have opposed the policy of picking players from the biggest T20 extravaganza of Pakistan and the latest man to do so is the former Pakistan captain and wicket-keeper batsman Rashid Latif. Known as one of the most vocal persons, the Karachi born has expressed his disapproval of installing the PSL talent in all forms of the game. Moreover, Rashid added that different domestic formats should be used for picking players and PSL should only produce the T20 talent of the country.
“In Pakistan, short format cricket like PSL is presenting the criteria of selection for the longer version of the game. This is extremely wrong as we have respective domestic formats for such selection. Such a mechanism would always dent us,” said by the 50-year old.